The largest annual contemporary art festival in the Baltics Survival Kit 9 announces artist list

In September, for already the ninth year the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art will be holding the largest annual contemporary art event in the Baltics Survival Kit. This year it has been titled “Becoming an Apricot * an Apple *

kim? announces the second ‘Open kim? Call’ winner

kim? Contemporary art centre would like to proudly announce the second Open kim? Call 2018 winner: Toms Harjo. Following the examination of applications, Open kim? Call 2018 jury selected Toms Harjo as the call winner for his proposed installation “In

Lithuanian Photographer Antanas Sutkus receives Dr.-Erich-Salomon-Preis of German Photographic Association (DGPh)

Antanas Sutkus is distinguished with the Dr.-Erich-Salomon-Award of the German Photographic Association (DGPh). The award ceremony will take place on 23.06.2017 at 7 p.m. at the Berlinische Galerie, Berlin. The award, handed out annually since 1971 for “exemplary application of

The Artist’s Gaze. Self-portrait at Tartu Art Museum

2017 05 26 - 2017 07 30
From 26 May a new exhibition is open in the Tartmus project space titled The Artist’s Gaze. Self-portrait which complements the larger collections based exhibition The Eloquent Body. The self-portrait is a classical genre that has gone through several stages

Karel Koplimets’ solo exhibition ‘Case 11. Talsinki’ at the Art Hall Gallery

2017 05 20 - 2017 06 18
Starting on May 20th, Karel Koplimets’s solo exhibition will be open at the Art Hall Gallery. In it, the artist makes a sharp detour from landscapes that have become bleak and shadowy to the everyday world of people –with little

2017 graduates of the Chair of Painting of the University of Tartu at Tartu Art House

2017 05 31 - 2017 06 18
Siiri Jüris (MA, supervisors Jaan Elken and Veiko Klemmer) “Between Two Sides”, acrylic on canvas, Tartu Art House large gallery Siiri Jüris’ series of portraits “Between Two Sides” shows her considerable painterly technique and touches upon psychological depths. It mesmerises

‘Precarious State of Mind’, solo show by Sandra Kosorotova at Hop gallery

What does Post-Fordism feel like? How is precarity sensed? Can it materialize as an embodied sensation? Will it be codified as a medical disorder? This exhibition explores mental health as socio-political and ideological issues, rather than personal and biological problems.

Photo reportage from the 7th Inter-format Symposium ‘Along Lines’ at Nida Art Colony

The 7th Inter-format Symposium took place at VAA Nida Art Colony on 19th-22nd of May. Over three days and nights the transdisciplinary symposium engaged in a dialogue between more than 50 participants with presentations and performances in the woods, between moving

Pakui Hardware: On Demand. EXHILE, Berlin

The battery dies at 30 %, again. Mischieving nature compressed to gadget, performing things on its own, clogging seamless communication. Cut off from the network, a body reclines on spring grass while staring into a starless sky. Across blue-hued layers

‘Blindspots’, a solo exhibition by Artur Żmijewski goes on view at Riga Pauls Stradiņš Museum of the History of Medicine

2017 06 03 - 2017 09 24
Between 3 June and 24 September 2017, Riga Pauls Stradiņš Museum of the History of Medicine at Antonijas iela 1 will be hosting a solo exhibition Blindspots by the internationally acclaimed Polish artist Artur Żmijewski. Artur Żmijewski (born in 1966